Zoom training for district leaders and Kiwanis trainers
Everybody is getting quite used to Zoom, MS Teams, and other applications to have online meetings.
There is a kind of boredom coming about meeting online, it’s very important to make your online meetings, webinars, online training sessions and district/division/committee meetings interactive and engaging!
In this webinar we take a look to the bells and whistles from Zoom to “play” a bit more with it.
We use some interesting apps and online tools to showcast how you can make the meeting you facilitate more interactive and how you can do group work during an online training session.
- Who’s here?
- What’s your experience with Zoom?
- in your online profile
- in your app
Scheduling a zoom
Basic Zoom functions
- Screen sharing
- Reactions of attendees
Advanced Zoom functions
- Break-down rooms
- Live transcriptions
- Working with interpreters
Tools to use in/during Zoom training sessions
- Intro’s prior to your session
- District governors, governors elect & district leadership that facilitate meetings and trainings
- District Development coordinators, training coordinators & Kiwanis instructors
- Other Kiwanis leaders that facilitate / lead online Zoom meetings and that are familiar with the basics of zoom
No interpreting is foreseen, so participants who don’t master English adequately are requested to foresee a Kiwanian friend who can translate simultaneous for them at their own home place while participating in the meeting.
In this training, we don’t deal with the basics of Zoom, it’s the advanced level.
You should have already some experience about hosting a zoom meeting, handling the basic features such as sound settings, video settings, chat,…
Register in advance for this webinar by clicking the zoom meeting register button below.
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
19h45: opening the lines
20h00: start of the meeting
20h50: coffee break
21h00: 2nd part
22h00: end of the training
12h45: opening the lines
14h00: start of the meeting
14h50: coffee break
15h00: 2nd part
16h00: end of the training